The prospect of potential cognitive decline and the development of dementia is a significant source of anxiety for many people as they age, raising deep concerns about their future independence and quality of life. Yet for those interested in taking active steps to maintain, to the extent possible, their brain health, it is difficult to know how best to invest their time and resources. Although the evidence has not yet matured to the level that would support an assertive public health campaign aimed at widespread adoption of any such intervention, the report does identity those interventions, supported by some evidence of benefit, that the committee believes should be discussed with members of the public who are actively seeking advice on steps they can take to maintain brain health as they age.

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